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They can be used in the freezer, oven, microwave and dishwasher.
Sometimes it seems like those eyes are staring right back at you, judging your culinary skills. Here's how to get past it.
It’s easier than you think and a lot healthier than the fast-food version.
Organic food is surrounded by a "health halo" that misleads consumers.
The processed food contains high levels of a fatty acid called CLA, which has been linked to burning fat and fighting cancer. Here's why you should be skeptical.
They're notoriously difficult, but we have seven techniques that'll make dry and brittle meat a thing of the past.
Three experts scrape to find redeeming qualities in Snickers, Hershey's and other beloved chocolate bars.
The chips are stacked against us when it comes to resisting our favorite foods. Find out why.
You can eat an entire sleeve of Oreos or a bag of Hot Cheetos and still not feel satiated. It's because your body knows things your brain doesn't.
The classic cookie can't be beat, so why does Oreo keep releasing flavors like Watermelon and Carrot Cake?
Three nutritionists explain what to look for when your next snack attack strikes.
In HuffPost Food & Drink’s series Consumed, we’ll shine a light on Americans’ obsession with food, one topic at a time. March's theme is junk food.
Since 9/11, soul food's connection to black identity has weakened. This is how and why.
Delicious proof that most of the internet has given up its New Year's detox diets.
A 2019 study states that this small detail can even make you more likely to post a food photo on social media.
"Amazon is buying Whole Foods for 13.7 billion dollars. And that's just the price of the apples!"
Here's what culinary masters like Dominique Ansel, Roy Choi and Amanda Cohen make at home.
Certain genetic markers can influence your preferences for sweet vs. salty, but you can’t blame them entirely for poor eating habits.
Recipes and rituals vary, but the instinct to console the grieving with food is one that transcends culture, religion, language and borders.
You should eat that cookie for the sake of enjoyment, not as therapy or comfort.
Even Martha Stewart reaches for a Kraft Singles every once in a while.
"Guilt-free" implies that we should run to confession and ask for forgiveness. Here's why we need to stop using that term.
Thinking of going low-carb? Maybe think again.
Get dumped, reach for a pint of ice cream. Here's why your brain tells you to grab a spoon.
This deeply comforting ice cream flavor was made exclusively for HuffPost for Valentine's Day.
Plus, her approach to eating it is actually quite healthy.
From poutine to arepas and noodle soups, it's time to branch out the next time you're hungry.
When a pregnant woman's hormones shift, dopamine levels can drop. Here's what happens next.
Apparently, it’s all about the meat.
In honor of National Pizza Day, here are some cheesy and relatable tweets.
If you've ever longed for tacos while living in another country, you're not alone.
"Tastes like gravy!" the "Barefoot Contessa" host said.
The debate over whether Velveeta is an acceptable option for mac and cheese is a heated one.
It's not all about hormones! Cravings are a sign of nutritional deficiencies, too.
Essential fatty acids support the body's basic functions. Here's what happens when you don't get enough.
If you want to be lucky this Lunar New Year, consider serving up dumplings, suckling pig or whole fish.
In HuffPost Food & Drink’s series Consumed, we’ll shine a light on Americans’ obsession with food, one topic at a time. February's theme is comfort food.
Human breast milk contains a 1-2 ratio of fat to carbohydrates, suggesting some people may still be chasing the feeling it gave them.